Other perennials

Decorative bows (aliums) are striking in their diversity and beauty. Of these, on the alpine hill you can create an attractive alaria. In the article we will tell how to do it. Decorative bow looks great not only in the flowerbed. Bright inflorescences on high stems look good in fresh and dry bouquets.

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Forget-me-not can decorate the flower garden of any infield. To do this, you just need to properly put her and know how to take care of her. Forget-me-nots are one-, two-, and perennial herbaceous plants of small size. Most of their varieties are derived from the alpine forget-me-not. In the culture most often there are flowers with blue petals and yellow eyes.

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Clematis fans probably wondered more than once that they would start growing terry varieties of this plant. For your attention is terry clematis, varieties of which are presented in our material. Most terry clematis varieties have a common feature: terry flowers appear in lianas in the second year, and in the first year single, but no less beautiful flowers bloom.

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Save yourself our selection of the most common in the culture of species and varieties of phlox. We are sure you will certainly find something in it for your garden! Phlox - delightful flowers that amaze with a variety of shapes, sizes and shades. Among them there are bush, and groundcover species, and spring- and letnetsvetuschie.

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The end of spring and the beginning of summer bring us the blooming of lilac, chubushnik, irises, peonies and other perennials. However, after flowering, their dry buds look sad and spoil the look of the flower beds. Is it necessary to carry out partial pruning or leave everything as it is? The answer to this question depends on what perennials and shrubs grow in your garden.

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Not lucky to be able to plot with heavy clay soil? No problem! It can be "populated" with beautiful ornamental perennials and shrubs from our list. Having a garden on heavy loam is not an easy test for a grower. Not every ornamental plant "agrees" to such living conditions.

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Clematis - curly perennial favorite gardeners. It attracts beauty, a variety of shapes and colors of inflorescences. A beginner florist during the purchase of a sapling of this decorative creeper should pay attention not only to the appearance, characteristics of the variety, winter hardiness, but also the pruning group to which the plant belongs.

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Depending on the source of infection, all phlox diseases can be divided into 3 groups: fungal diseases, viral infections and mycoplasmosis. How do they appear and how to deal with them? Many flower growers consider phlox as completely trouble-free plants. And this is true, if you do not take into account the high susceptibility of these flowers to many diseases.

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We present to your attention the plants-winners of a large flower exhibition Plantarium-2017. Only new cultivars, marked by professionals! Plantarium is one of the most prestigious flower-growing exhibitions in the world, which takes place in the Netherlands Boscope annually. In 2017, prizes were given to hydrangeas, dirville, clematis and other charming plants.

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Lavender is popular with many flower growers, but not all grow it. We tell how to propagate the plant on your own, so that lavender bushes bloom on your site. Let's talk about the reproduction of lavender cuttings and seeds. And which of these methods suits you better - decide for yourself. How to grow a lavender from cuttings What is a stalk of lavender?

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To protect against mosquitoes in the country is very difficult. Various chemicals are not only not always effective, but also harmful to health. What to do? There are plants that are able to scare away insects, including mosquitoes. They can be grown both in the garden and at home. In both cases, they will be excellent repellents.

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These beautiful flowers are known to flower growers from time immemorial, and still remain popular plants for flower beds. Is it easy to care for them? Compact bushes with bright green decorative leaves, no more than 20 cm tall, with semi-double and terry inflorescences of white, pink, red and cherry shade - these are all daisies.

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Lavender has long gained popularity as a plant actively used in garden design. And this is understandable, since the cultivation of this decorative and medicinal crop at the dacha is not a big deal. About what kind of lavender to choose for the garden, how it can be propagated and where to plant - read in our material.

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If you are just starting to grow clematis, caring for them can be a dead end. How much water does the plants need in the summer, do they need to be cut, than to feed them to achieve abundant flowering, how to prepare for the winter? All this is in our article! Summer residents appreciate clematis for their luxurious flowers and widespread use in landscape design.

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Which clematis need to be cut for the winter, and which ones winter well and so? How to collect a safe, warm and breathing shelter, and how, entangled in clematis "intricacies", do not destroy the charming flower? We will understand together! Most clematis can be called frost-resistant. However, after winters with changeable weather, frequent thaws or poor snow cover, these flowers may die or not bloom.

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Sandy soil has its drawbacks and advantages that will have to be considered when choosing plants for a flower garden. Not every flower can grow on such a land, but among the variety of garden plants you can always find suitable perennials. Take a closer look at these attractive plants. They will perfectly decorate your garden and at the same time will not require much attention.

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Five years after planting, bearded irises can reach the size of a small bush. And there would be nothing bad in it if such a “bush” would not stop blooming. How to divide and transplant irises after flowering? Iris is a bright and memorable flower that blooms long enough and, thanks to its decorative qualities, is an ornament to any garden.

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